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fans are pumped up this morning. >> their team roared over the detroit lions while up in the stands and police were busy even if you didn't see them. plus there is new concern about a homeless camp at a san jose park. don't forget you can wake up with ktvu channel 2 morning news every morning. get the morning's top stories sent straight to your cell phone. get your morning wake-up call by texting the word make up to 7.123. [ chirping ] ♪ [ chirping ] ♪ [ male announcer ] audi a4 drivers have spoken. [ engine revs ] and they ranked the a4 highest in total quality index in its class. [ chirps ] ♪ . >>> welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news, in san jose there are new concerns about a homeless camp after several suspicious fires. all of the fires were minor but they are being investigated as arson and that has people in the area worried. i think that would make me feel safer but you still can't stop people from doing what they want to do. >> there have been several small fires since that homeless camp moved into the area. a new study finds kids are eating as much salt as
. 57 oberoi and detroit's. trust and looking at 51 degrees -- charleston looking at 51 degrees. here is a spot looking to clear up just a little bit. we have a straight shower or two across western pennsylvania. really, not expecting much. tomorrow, we may see a few sprinkles, mainly west of the sea, and we will see that in our futurecast, over the next 48 hours. here are those scattered showers. they are really not going to amount to much. winchester cumberland, you may see a few raindrops. if you lapland's outdoors tomorrow, do not cancel the. you should not have -- if you have plants outdoors tomorrow, do not cancel them. you should not have problems at all. we will see the potential for heavier rain, and that will happen late monday night into tuesday. worth watching. we will keep you updated. of course, online wjla.com. we will start off with sunshine and clouds will increase through the afternoon hours. a sprinkle or two. temperatures are going to warm to nearly 80 degrees on wednesday, and then by thursday and friday we will start to cool down and by next weekend, we could be
the eastern great lakes. heavier pockets of rain approaching the detroit area. it's not going to last long. most of the activity up in canada. sunshine across most of the country here in the northeast. another crystal clear day. it has that dry fall-like feel as fall gets kicked off on saturday. it's hard to believe. we are looking at chilly temperatures. northern new england had frost and freeze advisories. not much of a rebound near boston. 62 degrees. near washington, d.c., still seasonable. temperatures in the mid-70s. for the rest of the country, we are going to see temperatures staying mostly in the 70s across a good portion of the area exception the northern tooer of the united states stuck in the 60s today and tomorrow as we head into friday, the final day of the week. >> thanks so much. >>> tuesday night, the orioles outlasted the mariners. it lasted 18 innings. one night later, more extra innings. bottom of the ninth, tied at one. mariners trying to get something going. getting rob franklin. gutierrez. base hit. they go to extra innings. top of the 11th, same score. adam jones wi
and lightening as well. that will move into the detroit area around 9:00, 10:00. we could end up with a couple inches of rain. not a whole lot. across florida we will see another inch or two of rainfall. that's a look at the weather across the country. now here's a peek out your window. >>> washington, dc, 76 degrees. we'll stay in the 70s down through indianapolis. georgia, around 79 degrees today. we're looking for a beautiful day in nashville, tennessee, with highs topping out ashtd 80. that's your latest weather. >> not too bad out there. >> pretty nice. >> thanks. housing sparks, oil sinks, and mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the richest of them all? your early morning business headlines straight ahead. >>> plus, sound familiar? late nightclubing, driving, then an arrest. lindsay lohan's latest legal run in this time in new york city. you coming up, pen net races, history chases, and a fond farewell for one american coach. you're watching "early today." >> announcer: "early today" is brought to you by advil. make the switch to advil now. >>> very good morning to you. welcome back to "e
. head over to the website. >> best of rtm. >>> check out this video from sister station wxyz in detroit. this happened not too far from there. you can see the suspect walk into the 7-eleven. as soon as he walks in the door he wastes no time. he points his long barreled gun at the clerk and you won't believe what he said to her. she tess an undisclosed amount of money from the cash register and hands it over. you want believe what he said to her. >> what did he say. >> he said his mom was dying of cancer and he needed money. >> he needs money because his mother needs treatment or he's going to act out because life isn't fair. >> either way it's bed. >> if his mom is sick and dying of cancer, is this what she needs to see her son do. >> hopefully they can track him down. >> the image theta of the guy is a profile shot. they say he has blue eyes and they believe he fled in a dark-colored vehicle. >>> whale gets a big old boat. >> oh my god. we need a bigger boat. >>> little boys dreams coming true. hot wheels. you know you can make them jump and flip and go all over the place. the driver a
. thank you so much, doug mckelway. bill: there is breaking news outside of detroit. this a west bloomfield township in michigan. a man suspected in the fatal shooting of a 12-year veteran police officer barricading him inside the house. suburban detroit now as police and s.w.a.t. team team surround the home. the officer shot a married father of four children, shot and killed around 10:00 in the evening as he entered a home in the oakland county community of west bloomfield township. we'll have more on this and what's being called a terrible day there in detroit, michigan. more after the break. also? martha: book to politics where the pundits from both sides now writing columns about whether president obama is still quote, relevant, after his speech at the democratic convention. the comment has the political world buzzing. we'll tell you what that's all about coming up next. ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] for everything your face has to face. face it with puffs facial tissues. unlike the leading regular tissue, puffs has soft, air-fluffed pillows for 40% more cushiony thickness. so
council and something he is doing special in detroit today. >>> also, mark zuckerberg soothing investors in the first major public appearance since the company's ipo. we'll have an update and a look at facebook stock at the top of the hour. we'll be right back. copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup plan, in case i get hit by a meteor. wow, your hair looks great. didn't realize they did photoshop here. hey, good call on those mugs. can't let 'em see what you're drinking. you know, i'm glad we're both running a nice, clean race. no need to get nasty. here's your "honk if you had an affair with taylor" yard sign. looks good. [ male announcer ] fedex office. now save 50% on banners. every time a local business opens its doors, or makes another sale, or hires another employee, it's not just good for business. it's good for the entire community. at bank of america, we know the impact that local businesses have on communities. that's why we've extended over $4 billion in new credit to local businesses across the country so far this year. because the more we he
prediction is that after all the votes are counted, even the dead votes of democrats in chicago, detroit and cleveland, i predict that we will win. >> now, joining me now is an original member of the freedom riders, democratic congressman john lewis of georgia. thank you so much for being with us today, representative. and you gave an impassioned speech at the dnc in charlotte. many people remember that, on this very issue, and i want to share with viewers what you said, just a little bit. take a listen. >> i've seen this before. i lived this before. too many people struggling, s l suffering and dying to make it possible for every american to exercise their right to vote, and we have come too far together to ever turn back! >> congressman, you were referring to your work with the student nonviolent coordinating committee in 1965, when you lived through that brutality of the march on selma. that march almost killed you, and republicans deny there is necessary connection here between these moments and that time in history. what's your reaction? >> well, my reaction, it's very simple -- yo
in suburban detroit. now bob i'm going to start with you. there were some people in the news that we had to actually explain who jimmy hoffa was. it's been a long time. >> yeah. he disappeared what, almost 40 years ago i guess from detroit. here's another reason not to get the iphone 5. there is no jimmy hoffa app on the iphone 5. i suspect android actually has one or are going to get one fairly soon. here's the way to do this. forget about investigations. i used google maps to find jimmy hoffa. if you put him in here it comes up federal reserve of washington, d.c. my theory is ben bernanke knows where jimmy hoffa is. come clean, mr. bernanke. let's setting this once and for all. >> the feds on line 2 for bob. >> it impressed me people didn't know who jimmy hoffa was. there's going to be a time i'm going to have to explain to people who o.j. simpson was. >> time goes by. >> unbelievable. very depressing. >> we can find o.j. we haven't been able to find the real killers yet though apparently. >> i'll leave it at that. >>> in one of the best tweet smackdowns ever, oreo recently asked follo
it is moving forward? >> sue there are never any guarantees, if you look at the three men ceos in detroit, none were detroit-bred ceos. they have all come from other place. so, i think there's no guarantee, even if mark fields gets to be the cheap operating officer that he get he is the ceos chair. that said, i think it will serve ford well at some point soon if they say we have a chief operating officer and one of his jobs is to fix europe. >> ty? >> how is ford doing right now? and setting aside europe for a moment, how's it doing against its competitors? >> ford's doing great in north america. its market shares wasn't what it was last year but that's when the japanese were on the ropes. its pricing is stroke. its f 150 pickup trucks are gape gaining share month over month. margins the records that in 2003 are about four twhims we thought could have been possible before the bankruptcy restrucking of the industry. >> brian, you have written extensively about general motors and ford but also vw and you seem to favor gm on an investment standpoint s that a correct read? >> gm has lower investors
that he is leading the state and he turned his back on 400 state workers. he had to get his new detroit international bridge built. host: thanks. next up is the clinton township, michigan. annette has identified herself as stopped looking. tell us a little bit about your experience. caller: i live in the suburbs. most jobs do not hire minorities. i went to detroit and the work for about seven years. i went to school the whole time i was there. i have the document. i was a manager and they laid me off. gannett that is all i care about. it is going to be -- once i finish my teaching dissertation. >> when it comes to the demographics from the labor report amongst -- defined by race it says for those that identify as white -- hispanic is 10.2%. four categories when it comes to age. that is teenagers. unemployment rate for them when it comes to august host: tell us about the job you are looking for. caller: am currently working on my master's. i got a job offer in and the york. and i was laid off from that position. currently, i am finding out that -- i am african american. i am finding out
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-americans are not feeling mitt romney is because jobs are extremely important to us. right now in detroit, another town i've lived in 20 years, people are back to work because of barack obama saved the auto industry. not the level they'd like to, but in the right direction. >> two of tonight's featured speakers are former bain capital employees randy johnson and s cindy ewing. they've both appeared on this show to talk about the record. watch this. >> to me it's simple. it's profits before people. i don't think he's in touch for the reality of what it means to be on the shop floor. he's never been a manager on a shop floor. he's never done anything but produced profits for the rich. >> i really, really find his claims he created jobs to be offensive. because the jobs he created were entry-level service and retail positions. they were not jobs that gave people a living wage where they could support their families, send their kids to school. the jobs he eliminated in our plant absolutely were. >> these are two of the speakers tonight. do you expect a harsh attack on bain tonight? >> i certainly think they
workers in detroit and toledo who feared they would never build another american car, and today they can't build them fast enough because we reinvented a dying auto industry that's back on top of the world. i've worked with business leaders who are bringing jobs back to america. not because our workers make less pay, but because we make better products. but because we work harder and smarter than anyone else. i sign trade agreements that are helping our companies sell more goods to millions of customers. goods that are stamped with three proud words, made in america. [ applause ] >> usa! usa! >> and after a decade of decline, this country created over half a million manufacturing jobs in the last 2 1/2 years. and now you have a choice. we can give more tax breaks to corporations that ship jobs overseas, or we can start rewarding companies that create new jobs here in the united states of america. we can help big factories and small businesses double their exports. and if we choose this path we can create a million new manufacturing jobs in the next four years. you can make that happen. y
detroit was in trouble, president obama saved the auto industry and saved 1 million jobs. seven presidents before him republicans and democrats tried to expand health care to all americans. president obama got it done. he made an historic investment to lift our nation's public schools and expanded pell grants so that more young people could afford college. and because he knows that we don't have an ounce of talent to waste, the president took action to lift the shadow of deportation of a generation of young law-abiding immigrants called dreamers. now it's time for congress to enshrine in law their right to pursue their dreams in the only place they've ever called home. america. four years ago, america stood on the brink of a depression. despite incredible odds, and united republican opposition, our president took action and now we've seen 4.5 million new jobs. he knows better than anyone that there's more hard work to do. but we're making progress. and now, we need to make a choice. it's a choice between a country where the middle class pays more so that millionaires can pay less, or a cou
of another son of another automobile man, mitt romney. mitt romney grew up in detroit. my dad managed his dad owned -- his dad ran an entire automobile company, american motors. yes, what i don't understand, in spite of that, he was willing to let detroit go bankrupt. i don't think he's a bad guy. no, no. i don't think he's a bad guy. im sure he grew up loving cars as much as i did. what i don't understand, what i don't think he understood, i don't think he understood that saving the automobile worker, saving the industry, what it meant to all of america -- not just auto workers. i think he saw it the bain way. i mean this sincerely. i think he saw it in terms of balance sheets and write-offs. forks the bain way may bring your firm the highest profits, but it's not the way to lead our country from the highest office. [cheers and applause] when things hung in the balance, i mean, literally hung in the balance... the president understood, this was about a lot more than the automobile industry. this is about restoring america's pride. he understand, he understand in his gut what it would mean to
of the midwestern papers. this one the sunday free press in detroit. democrats to make case for obama to return. they point out that auto industry comeback and medicare will be part of the convention's focus. you can read that at the free press of detroit. atlanta is on the line now. sandra, democrat, good morning. >> caller: good morning. >> host: why do you think washington is as divided as ever? that's the headline in the "post" today. >> caller: for one, president obama has never been given a chance. he's been doomed from day one. they talk about, you know, everybody -- they just talk about him doing what he say he was going to do. it's already messed up. and when you don't even respect the president, what else do you get? i mean, i think it's totally ridiculous. but i guess you can get anybody to make a show -- clint eastwood -- he's been acting for years. i don't have disrespect for the president. it's already divided. >> host: in clearwater, on the line for republicans. >> caller: i've got two quick examples. early on the president in a speech telling the republicans, you can get onboard
down. that is another story. this car. >> buddy isaac, can you see the longinose. that is what detroit came up with. >> brian: david petersen. bubble gum here. >> two of the race that nighify was cigarette lighter. >> brian: he smoked. snerks five sticks of gum. and still three on the dash from 1973. >> brian: zoom forward in jeff gordon's car. some of the actual cars and some of them replica. that was begin to you by the family and they said one thing to you guys. >> brian: yes, it one the 19nen daytona 500 and then went to the museum and original 19nen dirt on it and you are not allowed to clean! >> brian: that's the deal i have with the tahoe. and great job. talk to you all weekend long. back to steve and gretchen with the latest. >> allyson: we are outside . and it is time to do the headlines. >> steve: cool thing about that. i grew up watching those stock cars and nice to see them under one roof . 25 machines before the hour. group dedicated to fighting voters fraud making a troubling discovery in north carolina. finding 30,000 dead people still registered to vote. the group compa
moving through flint, michigan. it is going to spread into the detroit area, but most of the activity well to our north up into canada. the rest of the country, we are going to see lots of sunshine. temperatures today should be a little fall-like. we'll top out around 62 degrees in boston, but 76 down in washington, d.c. philadelphia, 76 degrees with lots of sunshine as well. then as we go into your friday, temps still staying? the 70s. and the rest of the country, it is dry and cooler. up in minneapolis, highs today only topping out around 66. kansas city should be closer to about 80 degrees. so things looking quiet through the rest of this week. you're watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. ♪ ♪ [ multiple sounds making melodic tune ] ♪ [ male announcer ] at northrop grumman, every innovation, every solution, comes together for a single purpose -- to make the world a safer place. that's the value of performance. northrop grumman. [ female announcer ] new roc® retinol correxion max. the power of roc® retinol is intensified with a serum. it's proven to be 4x better at smoo
your doctor about cialis for daily use and a 30-tablet free trial. >> he was willing to let detroit go bankrupt. i don't think he understood that saving the automobile worker, the saving the industry, what it meant to all of america, not just auto workers. i think he saw it the bain way. i mean this sincerely. i think he saw it in terms of balance sheets and write-offs. >> for more on the bain way, i'm joined by the author of the rolling stone cover story greed and debt. the true story of mitt romney and bain capital. matt taibbi contributing editor for "rolling stone." what is the bain way? >> private equity firms in general. when they take over companies, they borrow massive amounts of money that the company has to pay back. so you're essentially borrowing against the assets of a company that you don't even yet. so when he tax about debt and borrowing money what you don't have, that's exactly what he did for years. his model is similar to those no money down mortgages where you put down 5%, 3% and you get the house. >> but they're planning to sell. they're not planning to live in the
there. the 49ers home opener is sunday against detroit. >>> time now 5:57. traffic going to be effected around the raiders game. sal will tell you about that. you're watching other things. >> that is right. we will remind you about the raiders game. we will start with this report with the south bay traffic and northbound 280 traffic is looking good get into the valley up to highway 17. no problem there is. also the morning commute looks good on 680 southbound heading past mission but we are already getting crowded conditions on the way into san jose. 5:57 let's go back to the desk. >>> president obama keeping busy on the campaign trail. how the president could feel the love at one campaign stop. >>> also police in oakland say a would-be robber picked the wrong man this morning. new details on a violent overnight confrontation. >>> low clouds and fog so temperatures warming up a little. cooling down. we'll talk about that coming up. 3q there she is ! hey, i got a leak ! yoo hoo ! wait a minute, come back ! um, miss ? up here! right. like 85% of us, you have hard water stains and that cle
the question, yes, we are better off, bin laden is dead, detroit is alive, getting out of iraq, what's the problem, but yesterday it seems like crimi l criminal. i'm like what are you talking about, you are not helping, are you a secret agent? >> seemed like they couldn't coordinate either. >> totally not expecting it, which is weird. >> there are four answers to the obvious question. you were a candidate, don't your surrogates know this question is coming and we coordinate how to answer this very obvious question, which is central to the question of the election? >> well, i think that is the part that is unforgivable, not anticipating it and having an answer ready to go that everybody knows, but in fairness, i do think it's a tough question to answer. if you look at the metrics, four years ago we were in free fall. the economy was a disaster, people were terrified. no question looking at the metrics things are better, but people don't feel like things are better, so the answer is, yes, but you don't want to give that answer and feel like you're out of touch. and to that point, you
person. >> here's joe biden giving his salute to the working people at a campaign rally in detroit this week. let's watch him. >> romney and ryan don't seem to think so much of y'all, of you guys. they view you, the working men and women of america, as the problem. we view you and know you to be the solution in america. look, folks, we know who built this country, and we know who's going to rebuild it. it's you. and instead of vilifying you, we should be thanking you. we owe you. >> let's talk about a group that i'm very familiar with, senator -- and, howard, you know i am. they're called reagan democrats. >> you bet. >> they decide every frickin' election. they tend to be conservative catholics. they're notre dame subway alumni. that's who they are. some didn't go to a great college. they make up their mind in october. they are the october surprise. biden is raw at getting at least half of them to vote democrat. >> the very people that mitt romney is trying to win away from barack obama, the greatest antidote to that is joe biden because he talks to them. joe biden's greatest effe
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daily reminder that romney once suggested it would be best to, quote, let detroit go bankrupt. on "meet the press" romney did his best to shrink the distance between himself and the obama/biden ticket on that very issue with an altered explanation. >> my view was general motors should have gone into bankruptcy earlier. the president resisted that for months. i said, let them go into bankruptcy. help them come out but let them go in. i don't think most americans know that gm went bankrupt. >> it's that last sentence there. in other words, hey, it wasn't just me that was for bankruptcy. so was he. romney also clarified his opposition to obama care saying he'd keep some of the law's most popular features. >> there are a number of things that i like in health care reform that i'm going to put in place. one is to make sure that those with pre-existing conditions can get coverage. two is to assure that the marketplace allows for individuals to have policies that cover their family up to whatever age they might like. >> interesting. whatever age they might like there at the end. we'll get into
. >>> there is yet another new search und way for missing teamster jimmyhoa. celaig i a driveway at a detroit home today or tomorrow and take a soil sample. a dying man claims he saw someone bury a both bodyhere just hours after hoffman disappeared in 1975. radar shows there is something under that conete. >>> on tnili ht fm chicago, several people had to tackle an unruly passenger who reportedly began pacing around the cabin, grabbing women and harassing people. he was tied up with belts and passengers actually applauded after the flight landed in calirniand hs ared th number of people who owe student loans is skyrocketing. doubling in just the last 20 years. a new pugh center analysis i finds one in five households now owes student loan debt and that numb jumps to 40% for any household hded byeone un. the average balance, almost $27,000. >>> speaking of money. there's a halloween spending free apparently coming up. amanda drury is here with what's moving your mone i guess they think there going to be record money spent on ow rd money. >> candy. >> $8 billion apparently going to be spent this yea
, david, joining me from detroit, head of sales and we're looking at an ib crease of -- what's behind what we're seeing in august? not just from you guys, but from the other automakers as well, which is better than expected sales? >> well, we continue to see slow, gradual, steady growth, phil. in our case, we're just very excite excited about the month we had. our small cars were up significantly. we set a number of records. spark, sonic, cruise, volt, as well as is cadillac sts. still bullish. >> particularly with the chevy car side, you had the olympics going on. you also had a number of newer models in there. for the chevy brand on the car side, are you looking at it and saying it's no longer a weakness. >> exactly, phil. we historically have been known as a truck brand. and with this new chevrolet portfol portfolio, i think we're proving that we have a very good lineup, a very strong lineup of cars now. >> having said that, let's talk about the volt. is it fair to say the volt is always going to be a niche vehicle. you guys have decided you're going to suspend production as you are ret
: democratic caller, detroit and michigan -- caller: good morning, cspan. the senator commented about the comments that mitt romney made last night. is he aware that his mother did mention earlier that was 90 years old was in the 47% sun that he was talking about? guest: david brooks writes about it today in " the new york times." there are americans from all walks of life who have been benefiting from what government has done. at what point do we have the discussion of what will the government play in the lives of americans. ? people want less government and lower taxes. people want accountability. they want results. they want solutions. programs that have been successful over time, do we continue those and how we strengthen those and improve them? those things are there for people who need them. on the other hand, how you get more opportunity for people? in this land of the american dream, if people continue to pursue their dream -- when i talk to small business owners around wyoming whether it be a bakery or a florist or a dry cleaner or a rancher reformer, people who did build the
to let detroit go bankrupt, this president saved the auto industry and now it's coming back strong. he not only demonstrated the courage to oppose the war in iraq, as president, he showed the determination to bring our troops back home. barack obama is the kind of leader my father wrote about in "profiles in courage." he didn't just do what's easy, he does what's hard. he does what's right. my father couldn't run for a second term. it was left to his brothers, our family, and the generation they inspired to fight for the america he believed in. now it's up to a new generation, our children's generation, to carry america forward. so let me say to the young, and the young at heart, barack obama is only president because you worked for him, because you believed in him, because you convinced your parents to vote for him. young people have always led america towards a brighter future. it happened in 1960, it happened in 2008, and if you show the same spirit in this election as you did in the last, i know that we'll make history again on november 6th. thank you. >> that's caroline kennedy, e
. >> what did mitt romney say? you all know this. he said let detroit go bankrupt. in strong -- in strong contrast, president obama took action, putting together a rescue team, demanding real change and real sacrifice from everyone involved, from management, from labor -- >> bob king, the head of the uaw speaking there. a hard pitch from the democrats here on the auto bailout, this is the president of the union, heard from an autoworker. this is an issue you have covered so intensively. are they doing the politics right? >> they are. this is an issue where the republicans were clearly on the wrong side of history. it wasn't just the president write agcheck and saying we're going to do this. mr. king just referred to a rescue team. what president obama did after much thought and consideration and consternation put together a team headed up by ron bloom who had a lot of work in dealing with troubled steel factories and he wanted to get it right. as soon as these guys from detroit showed up in their jets in washington, it was a big story. he said don't do that again. come back in your own ca
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